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Of the 25 members from Gallatin FCCLA who participated in the regional STAR Event, 15 are advancing to the National STAR Events Competition to be held July 5-9 in Washington, DC.
A nationally recognized Christian vocalist will lead Sunday morning worship services at First Baptist Gallatin on April 12. Jami Smith will lead a musical worship service beginning at 10:40 a.m., after introductory remarks from Bro. Garrett Trunk.
Jami Smith grew up in Chickasha, OK, and soon established Spring Rain Ministries as a non-profit entity in 1999. She then graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University with a degree in music, but she
Attorney General Chris Koster recently announced his office obtained more than $50,000 in penalties from violators of Missouri’s Underground Facility Safety and Damage Prevention Act, also known as the Missouri One Call law.
Under that law, any person beginning an excavation must notify the Missouri One Call System prior to digging, to allow utility companies to check for underground lines in the area. The Missouri One Call System provides a
Carol Sue Ellis, 69, of Jamesport, passed away on March 28, 2015, at her residence.
Carol was born the daughter of William Howard and Viven (Stith) Francis on April 27, 1945, in Kansas City, Mo. She was a 1963 graduate of Coffey High School, Coffey. She was united in marriage to Gary L. Ellis on May 24, 1963, in Coffey. He survives of the home. Carol owned and operated Ellis
Gallatin’s Jett Simmons shot a round of 37 to come away with the medalist award from last Thursday’s triangular golf meet held at Maysville. Simmons’s award helped propel the Bulldogs to a team victory over Hamilton and the host team.
Simmons’s round was two strokes better than rounds of 39 shot by runnersup Hunter Cornelius and Ethan Green of Hamilton. Gabe Cole shot 40 for Gallatin and Bradley Rhoades added
Gallatin FFA member Aubrey Burns was elected First Vice President of the 2015-2016 Area II Officer Team during a meeting held in Gallatin on March 11.
The evening began at the Gallatin High School with 16 candidates from 24 area schools. The candidates went through a series of questions presented by a panel of judges. The judges selected a panel of officers. Delegates from the 24 area schools then elected
Winston R-6 Academic Team finished the regular season with a 7-2 record, good for second place in the HDC Conference. Results of the meet from Monday, March 23, were as follows: Winston defeated North Harrison 210-80; Tri-County defeated Winston 110-80; Winston defeated Pattonsburg 210-120.
Next meeting will be for district competition at North Harrison on April 18.
More than $2.5 million to 11 accounts in 2015
Treasurer Zweifel protects more than $822 million for Missourians
State Treasurer Clint Zweifel (ZWY-ful) recently announced that he has returned more than $2.5 million of Unclaimed Property in large accounts back to Missouri families and businesses since the start of the new year. Treasurer Zweifel has returned 11 accounts since January, each valued at more than $100,000.
“My team has worked
Hears presentation on phone, tracking system
The Daviess-DeKalb Regional Jail Board agreed to purchase a 2005 Dodge van from St Genevieve County for $8,000 during their meeting held March 27.
Rick Freeman, Citytelecoin Phones, gave a presentation on inmate phones for the jail.
Joe Berra and Kelly White gave a presentation on a jail management system from the Missouri Sheriff’s Association. Discussion was tabled until a later date.
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